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this is cbs-3 "eyewitness news" this morning. (protests). >> turmoil over trump. protesters face the philadelphia streets for a second night. we'll show you the other cities seeing the same thing and the one protest that turned into a riot. disturbing signs, the way school district responding after several hateful messages are discovered in a high school. >> and an overnight shooting leaves teenager in the hospital. we'll tell you where the violence unfolded well today is friday, november 11, good morning, i'm jim donovan. >> i'm jan carabeo, it is veterans day, we will also tell you about freebies for those who have served. but first, a check on your morning forecast with katie and all the roads with meisha. >> good morning, happy veterans day, fun think morning i woke up to all of
these everyone saying happy veterans day, good morning, everyone, happy friday. roads are look nice and dry right now. we do have one accident out there. >> it looks like the wet weather will continue to be not the theme for us, we can only see it will hole off for the next couple of days, looking at storm scan, very tranquil, making a tri-state sweep, not picking up on anything at the moment. temperatures at the moment, into the 40's, pretty much across the boards, low 50's to report from wildwood up to atlantic city and elsewhere, generally, finding the temperatures, again, in the 40's right now, so off to cool start, but not as colds as it was yesterday morning. we do have eventually expect to rebounds to little bit every milder place, specking few more clouds, as well, especially the further north you travel, because there is a cold front passage going to take place here it, does look like it still comes through dry, however, it is what's going to be responsible for a very significant nosedive on the thermometer readings tomorrow. so, it is milder, but notice the breeze today, and then we are off to frigid start saturday. just how cold? you have to wait and seep in
the seven day. i'll let you know, but also rain chance that comes along in the seven day forecast which we'll discuss, for now expecting pretty quiet weather, breeze picking up, the eventual return of very chilly air, meisha, over to you. >> all right, katie, thank you so many. good morning everyone. happy friday to you. we do have some construction, boulevard southbound ridge avenue, two left lanes block, flashing lights, it is not going to slow you down right now, too dark, but as we drive by here, you will be tapping on your brakes, we know this is very busy stretch. so it will start to slow you down little bit cracking into the 5:00 hour. then the vine looking good, looking just as it should, would not close for the overnight construction, both moving in the eastbound, westbound direction, looking good on the vine for now, we will slow down little bit maybe moving into the 5:00 hour, accident here involving tractor-trailer northeast extension for the bound between quakertown and lehigh valley, right lane
blocked there. we have a lot of construction out there, this one by the accident, northeast extension southbound. so right lane blocked there, jan, over to you. >> meisha, thank you, being called the epi-center of anti-trump protests all across the country. portlands organ began peaceful, turned violent, with protesters smashing out car windows, storefronts, protesters also set dumpsters on fire. now calling the protest a roy the. oakland thousands of anti-trump protesters flooded the street for third straight night. the group shutdown both lanes of a california highway, while throwing rocks, bottles and setting off fireworks. police declared a protest as an unlawful assembly and eventually used tear gas to control the crowd. chanting, marching, and a lot of signs as denver protesters kept their demonstration peaceful. the group headed to the colorado capitol, and grew as time went on, about 3,000 people responds the to the event on facebook, even more
people showed up to the rally against the president-elect. >> back here in philadelphia, demonstrators who disrupted traffic in center city last night say they'll continue their protests against the presidential election. "eyewitness news" reporter trang do live at city hall where the protesters started just before rush hour. morning, frank. >> reporter: well, good morning, jim and jan. so far, no word yet if those protests are going to continue for a third day, but once again the protests last night started right here in front of the municipal services building across from city hall, went out into the street and continued for hours. take a look. (protests). >> for the second night in a row, demonstrators took to philadelphia streets in protest of president-elect donald trump. at about a thousand people, the crowd just as large as the night before, only this time mostly women. marched along jfk boulevard, up to 30th street station, during the evening rush hour, snarling traffic along the way the protesters shouted out not
only for woman's rights but for other groups who feel their rights could be in jeopardy under a trump presidency. >> as a woman, i think it is really important to make sure that our government doesn't take away our rights. >> it terrified me when trump even suggested repealing roe v. wade. trump has explicitly expressed that he wants to take away the individual rights of minorities, of lgbt, and other people that just need to come out and support this movement. >> and the president-elect spoke out for the first time last night via twitter to respond to all of the protests going on across the count rip, he wrote, just had a very open and successful presidential election, now professional protesters invited by moot yard are protesting very unfair. police here in philadelphia reported no arrests as a result of these protests. demonstrators do say they plan to protest trump's inauguration on january 20th. but for now outside city hall, i'm trang do, cbs-3,
"eyewitness news". jim, jan, back to up guys. >> thank you, frank. mr. trump and president obama met yesterday in the oval office for about 90 minutes, to begin a smooth transfer of power. the two, who have spent years bashing each other, never met until yesterday. the president-elect thanked president obama for the meeting and calls him a very good man. >> we discussed a lot of difference situations, some wonderful, and some difficult. i very much look forward to dealing with the president in the future, including counsel. >> president obama meanwhile told the president-elect he wanted him to succeed and would do everything he could to ensure a smooth transition. >> we talk about foreign policy, we talk about domestic policy, and as i said last night, my number one priority in the coming two months is to try to facilitate a transition that ensures our president-elect is successful.
>> now, afterward, president obama said he left the meeting with renewed confidence that trump was committed to a smooth transition. >> now, in the aftermath of the election, hateful messages in a bucks county high school have student and parent concerned. some are taking the acts every vandalism over at council rock high school north personally. take a look at this picture, if trump wins, watch out, was written on a toilet paper dis ends err in a girls bathroom where a defaced piece of paper was also found. >> i actually walked into my second period class and looked at my phone and there was an image from my friends, i was sent in a group chat, that had swastikas on it, and mean things toward homosexuals with the f word involved. >> two more swastikas were found in a boys bathroom and a latina student said she found a note in her back pack telling her to return to mexico. the school district and newtown township police are investigating. >> well, new this morning, a man is in the hospital after getting shot in north
philadelphia. police say they responded to the scene around 11:30 last night the 3600 block of north broad street. the victim is a 17 year old, at this point, his condition is unknown, police are currently investigating the incident. meanwhile, fire damages a historic home in south jersey for the second time in just a few months, this is video from chopper three over the fire in west ham many ton, burlington county. this is a home formerly known as the henry row and mansion, home on bridge street owned by the late industrial and philanthropist, now owned by the county. a fire back in june damaged the kitchen. the cause of this last fire is under investigation. fortunately, no one was injured. >> meantime, at rowan university, a student is being treated for burns to his leg after his cell phone charger caught fire in his pocket. this footage of rowan, glassboro county, in the chamberlain student center when it happened. the fire department responded. we do not know the extent of the student's injuries. we also don't know the make or
model of the charger. >> well, new this morning, learning more bee tails about the deal between this transit workers union and septa which ended days long strike. >> september a.m. is increasing pension payment payments depending on the number of years someone has worked with septa. those increases are between around 13 and 15%. members are also receiving a ten and a half% wage increase. that's over the course of a five year contract. >> they will also have to pay more for healthcare going from 1% to 2.5% by december 2019. the union also says had septa succeeded in getting a injunction to ends the strike, members would have lost the right to do so forever. >> well, it is not even thanksgiving. right? my goodness. but already it is starting to lock a whole lot like christmas. >> take a look, the franklin square holiday festival opened for the season last night, there are a lot of holiday light on display, and the
lightning bolt holiday express train is now running. the philly pops performed for the crowd and helped with the countdown of the official lighting of the tree there, open every day through december 31, except thanksgiving and christmas. >> well, at least it is beautiful. >> indeed, indeed. well, it is veterans day, a loft professionals and freebies for the men and women who have served our country. >> that's right, we'll tell but five of them. plus one local veteran has a big day planned to mark the occasion, breakfast with the commander in chief. we'll introduce you to the 108 year old service member with a presidential breakfast date.
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around 3:30 yesterday morning, during a domestic violence call. one shot in the stomach, in stable condition, police say the shooter, michael wellinski shot his pregnant wife before taking his own life. >> sad day at the music industry. canadian singer songwriter leonard cohen has died. wrote number of popular songs including the cover of alleluhia, his 14th studio albumn, besides song, cohen wrote novels, poetry, he was 82 years old. >> well, today is veterans day, few places around town honoring specials, freebies, for those who served our country in the armed forces. here are just a few, mcdonald's is offering free all day breakfast meals today, i hop offering free stack every red, white and blue pancakes all day, denny's offering free grand-slam until noon. hooters offering a free and tray, here's one for everyone,
the national park service offering free admission to all parks today. we have full list freebies on cbsphilly.com and of course, on the cbs local app. >> today we honor the men and women who have served our country. >> in celebration of veterans day, a world war ii veteran from hatboro has an advice width president obama. army sergeant bill moore is one of 200 veterans who will dine with the president at the white house. moore joined the arm any 1940 at the age of 34. helping to free concentration camp, as a thank in you 2004, paid its military honest award. >> god bless him. yes. >> i and thank you to all of the veterans. >> absolutely, completely. >> it will be a little milder out there. we will notice a winds for sure, there is frontal boundery that will be crossing through here, so i will walk you through everything obviously, first and for most,
storm scan3, track the latest cold front passage, you can see, rain currently falling up across the canadian border. this is going to, how much, fizzle as it drops out. >> we are going to certainly notice the winds picking up then eventually the temperatures taking a very serious hit in their wake. so, let's walk you through this here. specifically when you wake up tomorrow morning, cold enough. the values we expect on the actual thermometer you do have to factor in, chill in the air, still be blowing out there. still gusts into the 20's, throughout the course of today. gusts into the 30's. however, who is does it feel when you factor that? pretty brutal stuff. this is the coldest feels like values that we have had since at least the season began certainly. but may feel easily everywhere, like it is below freezing, at best, maybe 35 degrees. so, it is going to be very chilly start. you do have plans, maybe you have to take the dog out for the walk, i mean, that's a given obviously.
>> prepare at quadly with adequate laying, 629 eventual hi, but notice the winds, through the overnight we do stay clear, dry, again the front comes through totally dry. don't worry about it in terms of wet werth. thirty-four the nighttime low. brisk and cold first half of the weekends, we will rebounds to the up ear's for the next few days, top off 06 wednesday and thursday, next rain comes along on tuesday. >> sixty-two today, no bad. good morning, everyone, happy friday. what we are talking about on the roadways, some construction, see the crews out there right now, this is our area boulevard southbound ridge avenue at kelly drive. two left lanes are blocked there. you can see the mark he is kind of put in the roadway. you are moving around this pretty nice right now. how much, this is a very busy place in the morning, so we know it, will really start to heat up pushing later on into the 5:00 hour. good news, today is friday. with that, usually friday's tends to be light nerve terms every traffic than what we typically see monday through wednesday for sure and even thursday as well.
looking at the vine right now, the vine is actually looking really nice, both moving in the westbound and eastbound direction, i would say, maybe heating up ever so slightly but for the most part, vine right now, looking good. >> first accident out there, still out there northeast extension northbound between quakertown and lehigh valley. right lane blocked. with that little bit of construction kind of in the same neck of the woods. northeast extension southbound between lehigh valley and quakertown, right lane block there make note for those every you headed out sometime soon, may be lingering, i'm confirm whether it does clear. more construction, pa turnpike between ft. washington and norristown, that right lane is block, in that area, and some more on the pa turnpike eastbound. between bensalem and delaware valley. right lane is blocked in that area, jim, over to you. >> thank you, meisha. coming up an important recall this morning to tell but. >> the reason you will want to check your smoke alarms now in this morning's money watch report. >> and this sunday be sure to watch 60 minutes for the first extensive posse election
and so much more. that's why we're working with parents and communities to reduce the emphasis on high stakes testing. because when you limit the tests, they can test the limits... of their potential. >> money watch's jill wagner joins us from the new york stock exchange, jim, posse election rally continues on wall street. but not all stocks are doing well. good morning, jill, what can you tell us? >> reporter: well, banking stocks had major boost, surging level not seen since the financial crisis, investors think a trump administration will ease regulation on the financial industry and possibly repeal the 2010 financial reform act. tech stocks like amazon, google, and facebook, are falling, sylvain valley overwhelmingly supported hillary clinton, and there are concern about on line privacy under trump administration,
and also, worries about globe al trade. >> so, jill, this is an important recall. everyone should turn around, pay close attention to this. it is not involving airbags forecaster, but something everyone has in their homes. >> yes, night hawk, pulling millions of smoke detectors. that's because the battery life alert may not serve when it needs replacing, so customers still think it is working even if it is not, that could be very, very dangerous, call the companies, get a free replacement. >> good reminder. >> this is the time people change their batteries, you know how many people don't change their batteries. >> rely on that censor. >> thanks, jill. >> you don't even think about it. >> exactly. we'll check in with you in the next hour. 4:30 hour of the day, thank you so many. we have mild day in store for us later today. >> but it will be a different story, part of the weekend. right, katy? >> absolutely true, we'll see pretty substantial drop off on the thermometer readings here,
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>> such a picturesque view, very light breeze glowing, old glover think in the distance, and this is our live shot from hotel bethlehem up in the lehigh valley. just very big thank you from all of us here, at cbs-3, just for all of your service, we so appreciate everything that you have done for us, and happy veterans day to you. it looks like overall it is just a day of transition, but no wet weather in our forecast here today. rather, you are going to notice the winds, picking up little little more than what we saw, out at bethlehem, if
you going to be somewhat of a windy day, sore for now at 47 degrees outside palmyra grove nature park, generally clear sky for you, you can see, no problems with visibility off in the distance here, you have got several miles clean, where the camera is, and obviously where center city, looks like all clear throughout the tiny several miles. veterans day forecast, looking like it will bring in few additional clouds from what we saw yesterday. but the winds i would say is the bigger running theme of this frontal passage, we do rebounds to 62 before the front crosses, but once it does, it sends us on a nosedive. tomorrow morning waking up only into the 30's at best, keep in mind, still pretty brisk, so it likely feels more like the 20's for many of you at the earlier part of the day. at least the sunshine all weekends, we've got 11 run sunday, eagles game sunday, and it is looking dry, and thankfully, little milder, also, a little less windy, as well. meisha, over to you. >> thanks, six's at least today, now we will see that drop. katie, thank you so much. yes, katie said, happy veterans day to all of you. looking outside right now, we
do have disable vehicle here. westbound schuylkill at the boulevard, that right lane is compromised, making it a little slower around that area. but overall, still looking okay, still early, still very dark out, there heads up, disable vehicle is there, and the ben franklin bridge looking good. looking nice and quiet for those every in you jersey pushing in the westbound direction into center city. big thumbs up in that area, construction here, boulevard southbound at ridge avenue kelly driver two, left lanes block there. little while ago we were seeing the cones to the roadway, looks like they might be starting to clear just out of your way right now, jim, jan, back to you. >> thank you so much, meisha. in the next hour of cbs-3 "eyewitness news" we're liver on the battleship new jersey to honor our veterans. >> so we're getting new look inside the polls -- pulse night club after the june deadly massacre, what the city is now planning to do with the site. >> we'll take to you a tonight combining chess with the beats of hip hop. we're back at the top of the hour. stay with us.
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>> protest he is over donald trump continue over night in portland oregon, police used smoke grenades to set fires to trees and smash windows. authority say it was a full-fledged right the. >> the violence comes hours after president-elect trump and president obama meet at the white house. we'll have the latest on the transition every power. >> new developments in the bridgegate scandal. the prominent lawmaker now calling for governor christie to be impeached. today is friday, november 11, very busy news day, good morning, i'm jim donovan. >> i'm jan carabeo. katie and meisha, as always, good morning. >> well, good morning, happy
friday, happy veterans day, just very own day behind the scenes, so, roads looking okay, we do have one accident, we'll get to that in just a moment (saluting all of the men and women who serve. looks like the weather will cooperate. do have the hiccup of the fact we have winds picking up out, there but we don't expect wet weather. that's good, all clear on storm scan, a loop, i don't feel like you would know that unless you saw the time stamp moving over the last couple of hours, nothing see here folks. so, might as well move on, high pressure in place, at least for now, the temperatures as they stands are not bad, pair of four's on this morning of the year, really not that chilly for the standards, flirting with 50 right now, that's the best you can hope for for the daytime high in many spots. come tomorrow, so there is a transition that's going to be taking place, even though it is moderating up today. should easily hit the low 406's, going to be